What would you do if someone brought beer (or other alcoholic beverages) to the range? Obviously not an established range, but more likely to occur in the middle of nowhere.
Depends on your state. In West Virginia it's legal unless posted. In Florida and Virginia I know it's illegal to carry conceal in any establishment that sells alcohol.Tape said:leave or go to jail, it is illegal to have a weapon and drink or even go into a place that sells alcohol with a weapon.
I would have no issue that I would never shoot with them again if they kept up that behavior. Report them...depends on how bad they get/are getting.I have the same feeling, however, considering AZ has a zero tolerance on alcohol and firearms, could you bring yourself to report an unsafe shooter, even if they are your friend?
+1 same here. I love to shoot and I enjoy kickin back and having a couple beers but guns can be very dangerous when the person behind it has the slightest buzz.KeenansGarage said:I love to drink beer, but I don't drink beer when I shoot. It's like drinking and driving, it just should not be done.
Be Responsible, Shoot Safe!
What would I do?
If they were a guest of mine, I would politely ask them to hold off until we are done, then party it up with them after everything is shot and put away for the day.
If they were a stranger, I would probably try to convince them to hold off until they are done. If that doesn't work, I would have to leave.